This blended-learning training session is designed for clinical research coordinators, clinical research associates, or staff members who function in this capacity.
The course provides basic information on coordinating clinical trials at the University of Kentucky and is appropriate for entry level positions or those new to the field. Because this training is designed as an entry level program, it does not provide continuing education credit. There will be no fee charged to employees of the University of Kentucky.
Clinical Research Coordinator 101 consists of:
One half-day (4 hour) live, Zoom training session and SEVEN web-based training modules.
Participants must complete all web-based training modules and attend the Zoom session to obtain a Certificate of Completion for this course.
Clinical Research Coordinator 101:
Four-hour Zoom session (LIVE)
- Understanding Clinical Research Protocols
- Role of the Clinical Research Coordinator
- UK IRB: What You Need to Know
- Regulatory Basics
Online Training Modules (UK LMS)
- The CRSO process
- Quality Assurance
- Investigational Drug Services
- Drug Device Trials/Accountability
- Behavioral Science
- Data Collection
- Research Ethics